Tony received the Bill Wisden MBE HonFRPS Fellowship of the Year Award for his work in blending Suprematism with photography from The Royal Photographic Society. This is a subset of Tony Bramley's FRPS panel.
Suprematism was a highly geometric style of early 20th-century non-objective abstract painting, ignoring the familiar appearance of objects, developed by Russian avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935).
Abstracted from a single photograph, in purest form, images are very geometric, against a white background, disclosing shape, line, colour & space, producing energy and dynamics. A new, unique composition, that transcends photography is formed.